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Mathis Esterhazy

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Mathis Esterhazy (born February 25, 1958 in Vienna, Austria) is an Austrian artist and designer.

Life and Work[edit]

Mathis Esterhazy started his career in Vienna, Austria.[1] in the early eighties and amongst others co-operated with the Austrian artist Franz West until 1991 [2] for exhibitions like 1987 "Skulptur Projekte Münster": Eo Ipso, 1989 Franz West im Kunsthistorischen Museum, KHM Wien, 1989 Possibilities, P.S.1 New York. Esterhazy subsequently created his specific "bausprache" - a constructional language based on the reduction of form and objects. He manufactures all his products from the outset in his own studio. As a designer he developed and produced custom-built furniture for private and public clients [3] and for exhibition design in various museums like the MAK—Austrian Museum of Applied Arts and Contemporary Art, Vienna (vitrines for Günther Förg's intervention1993-2013) [4], the Jewish Museum Vienna (1996: Ein Lied der Vernunft - Schach: Die Welt in 64 Feldern, 1998: Der schejne Jid and 1999: Bezalel). Mathis Esterhazy contributed specifically designed furniture to the Museum der Weltkulturen (Museum of the World's Cultures), Frankfurt/Main as of 2011 [5]. The acquirement of a digital embroidery machine and its original use led to new methods of workmanship recently [6] In 2015 Esterhazy moved the production with his workshop to Rogašovci, Slovenia.

Exhibitions (selection)[edit]

  • 2016 Franz West ArtistClub, 21er Haus, Vienna
  • 2014 Mathis Esterhazy. Cabinet, SONG SONG, Vienna
  • 2013 Mostly West: Franz West & Artist Collaborations, Inverleith-House, Edinburgh
  • 2012 Mathis Esterhazy. Trolley, SONG SONG, Vienna
  • 2006 Pure Austrian Design Landing, 100% East, London
  • 2006 Wallpaper Global Edit, Salone del Mobile, Milan
  • 2001 Mathis Esterhazy. Bausprache, Design Showcases MAK Vienna
  • 1993 Mathis Esterhazy. 4 Tische, Galerie Peter Pakesch Ungargasse, Vienna
  • 1992 Austria Design Diagonal, EXPO Sevilla
  • 1991 Sous le soleil, Villa Arson, Nizza
  • 1991 Pis Aller (Doubled), Ealan Wingate Gallery, New York in co-operation with Franz West
  • 1991 Meta Memphis COLLEZIONE, Milan in co-operation with Franz West
  • 1990 Mathis Esterhazy, Marcus Geiger, Beatrix Sunkovsky. Galerie Peter Pakesch Ungargasse, Vienna
  • 1989 Mathis Esterhazy. Möbel, Galerie Peter Pakesch Ungargasse, Vienna

Literature[edit]

  • Husslein, Agnes, Harald Krejci (Eds.): Franz West ArtistClub, 21er Haus Wien, VfmK Verlag für moderne Kunst, Wien 2016, ISBN 978-3-903114-14-2 Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png.
  • Drexler, Martin W., Markus Eiblmayr, Franziska Maderthaner (Eds.): Idealzone Wien, Falter Verlag, Wien, 2016, ISBN 978-3-85439-577-5 Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png.
  • Kos, Wolfgang (Ed.): Ballgasse 6, Wien Museum, Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, Köln 2015, ISBN 978-3-86335-832-7 Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png.
  • Deliss, Clémentine (Ed.): Object Atlas. Fieldwork in the Museum, Kerber Verlag, Bielefeld 2012, ISBN 978-3-86678-651-6 Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png.
  • Noever, Peter (Ed.): Vienna by MAK Guide, Prestel, München 1997, ISBN 978-3-7913-2133-2 Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png. and 2003, ISBN 978-3-7913-2837-9 Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png.
  • Mathis Esterhazy. Möbel, Peter Pakesch, Wien 1989
  • Albus, Volker, Michel Feith und Rouli Lecatsa: Wohnen von Sinnen. Gefühlscollagen, DuMont, Köln 1987, ISBN 3-7701-1928-2 Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png.

External links[edit]

mathisesterhazy.at bausprache.at MAK Vienna Weltkuturen Museum Frankfurt SONG.at

References[edit]

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